Congratulations to our Holderness School Leaders for 2020-2021
Today we celebrate the 70th anniversary of our leadership election. And in that 70 years, the only change to this electoral framework has been the inclusion of empathy -- and now Zoom.
Holderness defines leadership as each person’s journey to serve and empower others, and we see these leadership characteristics as vital in developing servant leaders. The leadership criteria that all community members -- from student to Head of School -- are evaluated on is Fairness, Initiative, Dependability, and Empathy. Here are our school leaders for 2020-2021.
President: Adam McNabney
Vice President: Chip Peterson
Weld Hall Supervisors: Honor Paton and Jobe Gemmell-Hughes
While the upcoming school year’s cohort of new students won’t arrive at Holderness School until later this summer, they’re already connecting with current students and faculty through the school’s revamped Big Sibling Program - and the newly-created Summer Advisor Program.